Types of Monologue in Attar's Poetry
Studying and analyzing narrative styles from different points of view is one of the most recent arguments in the area of literary criticism which is considered to be an independent and crucial issue of fiction writing. A considerable extent of Attar's poem collections consists of dialogues and conversation between the characters, to a point that even the whole narration does not exceed those dialogues. Some of the dialogues do not address anyone specific; in other words, the narrator or the protagonist talks to themselves in moments of intense sentiment or excitement during which the pursuit of the story is facilitated and also some of their conscious or unconscious thoughts get unveiled for the readers. And this is how monologues are formed in Attar's poetry. Based on the purpose of the author, the structure and the style of monologue can be: 1- interior, 2- dramatic, 3- self-revelation. This paper investigates monologue as a narrative style in Attar's four poem collections namely Elahi Nameh, Asrar Nameh, Manteq-al-Teir, and Mosibat Nameh.
Journal of Letters and Language, Volume:15 Issue:32, 2012
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